Smoke and Steelworks

Seaton Carew beach, Hartlepool


19 thoughts on “Smoke and Steelworks

    1. Thanks Jo. It was even more moody the day before, when, as quite often happens, I was too lazy to pick up my camera when leaving the house. The sea was quite rough and the foreground was covered in spray. The one that got away…..:)

  1. Man against man’s destruction of his own life. The solitary man against the greedy society. Or just the sole man wandering in sadness along a destroyed shoreline. There are many ways to interpret this magnificent picture. The use of light, colour, forms and composition is excellent and enhances the story. Such beautiful picture in the sad reality it depicts – and thus having a great impact on the viewer.

  2. I like this a lot – the lone walker vs the industrial might, the areas of light and dark and the picking out of the shapes in the early (late?) sun.
    Correction – I love it!

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